Latest news from Lancaster University Management School

Lancaster climbs to 8th in the Guardian University Guide 23/05/16

Lancaster climbs to 8th in the Guardian University Guide

Lancaster University has risen two places to be ranked 8th in the Guardian University Guide 2017, published today.

‘Recycling is for drunks, addicts and babushkas’ – inside Russia’s mafia-dominated waste industry 23/05/16

‘Recycling is for drunks, addicts and babushkas’ – inside Russia’s mafia-dominated waste industry

Even leaving glass bottles out for collection carries a social stigma, explains Minna Halme.

'Leading lights' attend LUMS SaP workshop 19/05/16

'Leading lights' attend LUMS SaP workshop

Academics from institutions across the UK, as well as in Switzerland and Finland, visited LUMS recently for a Strategy-as-Practice Workshop.

PhD student works with Pentland to take action on modern slavery 18/05/16

PhD student works with Pentland to take action on modern slavery

A Management School student has begun a major new action research project with an international clothing and footwear company to develop anti-modern slavery tools.

Monkey business for Lancaster MBA at London Zoo 18/05/16

Monkey business for Lancaster MBA at London Zoo

Students learned to apply the law of the jungle to the corporate jungle last week at an event at London Zoo.

We need to expose and challenge gendered appearance norms 17/05/16

We need to expose and challenge gendered appearance norms

After Nicola Thorp was sent home from a job as a receptionist for refusing to wear high heels, Valerie Stead discusses gender and dress codes in a piece for HR Magazine.

View the article on the HR Magazine website
The sky's the limit for BBA alumna 16/05/16

The sky's the limit for BBA alumna

Collette Roche talks about how studying Management at Lancaster helped her career to take off.

Taster Days to give Sixth Formers a chance to try University study 09/05/16

Taster Days to give Sixth Formers a chance to try University study

Year 12 students, and others considering degree study, will have the opportunity to try their hand at their chosen subject in a series of upcoming Taster Days.

Franchising students net £400 prize for best project 09/05/16

Franchising students net £400 prize for best project

A group of undergraduate students studying a module in franchising have been crowned this year’s winners of a prize sponsored by the Bardon Group.